Symfony CLI and tasks focused development activity during this week. In addition, symfony introduced its "getting started guide", that will become the definitive place to find all the information related to the symfony installation process.
Archives for May 2009
Today, I have published a "Getting Started" tutorial for symfony 1.2.
Symfony plugins contributed this week to most of the 212 total changesets committed to symfony repository. In total, 37 plugins were updated and 5 new plugins were introduced.
Symfony core development was focused this week on tests, adding new convenience methods, options and tasks. Moreover, sfFormSymfony and BaseForm classes were introduced, easing symfony forms extension. Lastly, the new symfony components website was unveiled.
Today, I am pleased to announce that the Symfony Components now have their dedicated website.
This year again, SourceForge organizes the "Community Choice Awards". For the first year, we will try to be selected as a finalist.
This week, the definitive schedule of symfony live 09 conference was announced. In addition, the brand new plugin API was unveiled, creating new possibilities for the symfony plugin ecosystem.
Today, I'm very happy to announce the immediate availability of the symfony plugins API.
I am very proud and excited to announce the very first symfony live conference.
Symfony developers worked hard on Symfony 1.3 during this week. Besides the usual bugfixes and refactorings, Symfony 1.3 removed the common filter and the freeze/unfreeze tasks. Meanwhile, two new versions of symfony 1.2.x branch were released with tons of fixes.